Circles

Album: Calling All Lovers (2015)
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  • Tamar Braxton's Calling All Lovers album is about her past relationships. When Billboard magazine asked her if any of the songs make her cry, she replied: "A song called 'Circles' about being in a relationship that's a never-ending story. You make up, you break up, you catch them in a lie, you take them back, you don't know how you got back in the situation again. I had been through it 100,000 times before I met (husband) Vince. After I finished recording, I wept, not just cried - wept, honey! Men are terrible until you find one that's great and he annoys you for different reasons."
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